Library and Learning Services (LLS) consists of the University Library, Learning Development and Learning Technology teams.

The Library provides access to print, online and multimedia resources, including University generated research output, adaptable and IT rich learning environments, including silent and group study spaces, and expert help and support in finding and managing information.

Learning Development offer flexible opportunities for students to develop their academic skills including writing essays and dissertations, critical analysis, presentations, maths and statistics.

Learning Technology manage, develop and support NILE, the University’s virtual learning environment, and offer expert help and development in the use of technology in learning and teaching.

LLS also contribute to the academic output of the University through research and professional engagement, involvement in local, national and international communities of practice and an enthusiastic embrace of Changemaker values and community engagement.

For more information on the University Library and services that we provide, please visit the Library website.